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Stanislaus County, CA November 2, 1999 Election
Governing Board Member; Ceres Unified School District; Area 2; Unexpired Short Term

Candidates (Vote for 2)
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Yvette M. "Crites" Lane 758 votes 26%

  • Occupation: Self Employed with husband Ken Lane
  • Graduated from Andon College as a medical assistant/receptionist .
  • Employed by Orangeburg Medical Group for four years (1995-1998)
  • Employed by Great Valley Bank (1987-1994)
  • Attended Modesto Junior College
  • Vocational Education
  • New High School
  • Administrative Accountability
Michael "Mike" Soffa 620 votes 22%
  • Occupation: Retired Teacher
  • Retired Steel and Copper Mill Manager
  • Retired Prison Industry Supervisor (Dept of Corrections)
  • Former Businessman
  • I believe in self-discipline for students.
  • Advocate vocational and technological training, with emphasis on computers.
  • I believe in stressing "readin' ritin' and 'rithmetic," at the elementry level.
Rick Megee 444 votes 15%
Don R. Donaldson 428 votes 15%
Susan F. Taylor 381 votes 13%
  • Occupation: Homemaker
  • Safe School Planning Committee
  • PTA President
  • School Site Council Board Member
  • Ceres Dolphins Swim Team Board Member
  • Girl Scout Troop Leader
  • Curriculum at school must meet the needs of students at different levels of learning.
  • Schools should be safe and comfortable for the students.
  • Every child can become a successful person.
Mark A. Price 250 votes 9%

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